Separate and Unequal: Public School Campaigns and Racism in the Southern Seaboard States, 1901-1915

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Index
Abbott, Lyman, 78n, 80
Adams, Charles Francis, 81n
Adams, Spencer B., 68
Alderman, Edwin Anderson, conductor of N.C. teachers' institutes, 45-46, 48-49; describes N.C. schools, 45- 46; professor in State Normal and Industrial School, 48; president of University of North Carolina, 52; eloquence of, 523 lobbies for local tax bill, 52-53; helps local tax cam- paign, 55; on N.C. legislature, 62, 111; president of Tulane, 62; com- ments on Aycock, 64-65; com- mended, 72; member of Southern Education Board, 77, 80n, 81n, 84n; views of on educational movement, 84-85, 88; president of University of Virginia, 87, 95n, 150-51; mem- ber of General Education Board, 88; on Negroes, 92-93, 258; aids Va. public school movement, 150-51, 157, 164-65; frustrated by Martin machine, 151-52, 156; gets state aid for university, 157-58; on Southern economic problems, 252; tubercu- losis of, 258-59; mentioned, 64, 119, 123, 216n Alexander, Hooper, 243
Andrews, Alexander B., 71
Anna T. Jeanes Foundation, 86-87, 234, 254
Ansel, Martin F., 180, 201-2
Ansell, H. B., 21n
Ashley, Joshua W., 192, 199
AtlantaConstitution,211, 217, 232
AtlantaGeorgian,232
AtlantaIndependent,226-27
AtlantaJournal,217, 231, 232, 244
Atlanta race riot, 97, 222
Atlanta University, 222
Aycock, Benjamin F., 103, 112
Aycock, Charles Brantley, supports lo- cal tax campaign, 55, 72; links dis- franchisement and education, 63, 65, 67-68; gubernatorial campaign of, 64-68; characterized, 64-65, 68; op- portunism of, 64-65, 67; tacit bar- gain with philanthropists, 79-8, 93; educational campaign techniques of, 93n; effect of on Negro education, 102-10, 112; aids white public schools, 110-11, 113, 115, 117, 121; agreement of with railroads hampers schools, 112-14; opposes child labor, 124n; Montague compared with, 146; criticizes A. D. Candler, 216n; Hoke Smith compared with, 242
Bacon, Augustus Octavius, 217
Bailey, Josiah W., editor of Biblical Recorder, 53; opposes state aid to higher education, 53, 58, 60; sup- ports local tax law, 53, 55, 72; op- poses local tax campaign, 56; bar- gain with Simmons, 60, 62, 111; comments on Aycock's campaign promises, 67; favors racial division of school tax funds, 70, 103; opposes public high schools, 110n, 127; op-

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